Going Public '06 Artists

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is a video artist, curator and co-founder of the Arab Image Foundation, Beirut. Author of more than 30 videos, and video installations, Zaatari has been exploring issues pertinent to Lebanese postwar condition, as in All is Well on the Border (1997) and the circulation and production of images in the context of a geographical division of the Middle East, as in This Day (2003) and In This House (2005). His ongoing research was the basis for a series of exhibitions and publications such as Hashem El Madani: Studio Practices (2004) and Mapping Sitting (2005).

founded in 2000, has members located in Amsterdam, Ankara, Istanbul, and New York City. xurban’s mission is to instigate questioning, examination, and discussion on contemporary politics, theory, and ideology. Last exhibition works are: The Containment Contained, 2003 (8th International Istanbul Biennial; Espace SD Gallery, Beirut; Apex Art, New York); S.i.e.g.e.c.r.a.f.t, 2004 (Aksanat Center, Istanbul; Exit Art, New York; ZKM, Karlsruhe); VOID: A View from Acropolis (Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center, Istanbul, 2006).

is a group of artists working on installation projects, workshops, researches with different mediums. Among last projects and exhibitions: the “workshopproject” 19+Oda Projesi (Platform Garanti/Istanbul, 2006); 9th Istanbul Biennale (2005); an ongoing project (from 2005) consisting in weekly radio parasite programs in the local channel 94.9 FM,“Açik Radyo”, Istanbul.

artist and Turkish-cypriot professor, works mainly with painting without icons. He is professor and director of “Anatolia Fine Arts High School” of Nicosia, and founder of the first contemporary art centre in North Nicosia.

artist and Turkish-cypriot professor, works mainly with painting without icons. He is professor and director of “Anatolia Fine Arts High School” of Nicosia, and founder of the first contemporary art centre in North Nicosia.

studied Physics and Fine Arts in USA and Spain. He is now PhD candidate at the Aegean University. As a visual artist he was selected in different European and international exhibitions, at the fields of photography, engraving, architecture, stage and costume design, installation. He also realized video art, short documentary and animation films. He is the founder of ARTos Foundation (Nicosia).

is a visual artist. He works on artistic projects with direct relation to the audience. He attempts to create a space for spectator’s reaction to the artistic work, a reaction that does not end with the end of the performance duration. He defines it as “Live artistic work”. With the Egyptian artist Aliaa El Gready he founded Gudran association for art and development.

lives in New York and works in video and large-scale video installations as well as drawing. Her work blurs the boundaries between a constructed reality and reality itself and explore notions of domination, feminine bodily experiences, and spatial awareness by analyzing their formal dimensions within social and psychological spheres. She participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in USA, Europe and Israel including: Tel Aviv Museum (2006); Galleria Pack, Milan (2004, 2006); Andrea Meislin Gallery, NYC (2005); The kitchen, NYC (2005); Going Public 04, Modena (2004).

is an architect and professor at the Académie Libanaise des Beaux arts (ALBA), Beirut. He contributes to Al Mulhaq (Annahar's cultural supplement) and other European art magazines.

is a project established by Walid Raad in 1999 to research and document the contemporary history of Lebanon. One of its aims is to locate, preserve, study and produce audio, visual, literary and other artefacts that shed light on the contemporary history of Lebanon. All the research work is organized in the Atlas Group Archive. The project’s public forms include mixed-media installations, single channel screenings, visual and literary essays, and lectures/performances.

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